How I Know I Am An Empath | Part 2

How I Know I Am An Empath | Part 2

This entry is part 2 of 3 in the series Empathy & Energy

I wrote a post about the mind games with my friends that revealed that I was an empath. This continues the story about how I began to realize I was an empath, and what I began to do with my experiences with mind control at a young, influential age. How did I know I was an empath? I began to realize how truly affected I was when someone near me was feeling strongly about something, anything. It didn’t matter of it was happy, sad, angry or mean. It made me feel that way so strongly that I often had to “go…

The Mind Control Games and the Old Memories That Revealed My Empathic Abilities | Part 1

The Mind Control Games and the Old Memories That Revealed My Empathic Abilities | Part 1

This entry is part 1 of 3 in the series Empathy & Energy

I have never before revealed on this blog that I believe myself to be an empath. Not to sound crazy or out of touch with reality, but to say that I feel other people and hear what they are saying. Is a complete understatement for me. I’ll explain as best as a I can, as briefly as I can, as an introduction before I spill a fairly large theory into the world I have about human energy.When I was in high school I had a few runaway friends whom I was probably too close with. A few of them started…

The Motto That Changed My Ways

The Motto That Changed My Ways

I have this motto that brought me through this entire year. I’ve really struggled with being a clean and tidy person. This year I’m going to open up a bit about my past, my travels on the street. And in an effort to challenge myself, I’m going to admit some faults. I suck at putting things away because I don’t make homes for things I suck at replying to emails and notifications, and I never ever check my voice mail I don’t much care for cleanliness, I’m the opposite of a perfectionist These are just a few, as you can…

Blogger Recognition Award

Blogger Recognition Award

Celebrating my first blogging award, I’ve been recognized by a fellow blogger. I was recently nominated by Vicky of Crunchy Leaves & Sunsets for the Blogger Recognition Award. Here’s my post to support that nomination, and do my part. I’m honored to receive my first “award” as a blogger as I proudly write this post describing my journey of this blog, Loving Life With Lee. As I enter into the challenge of Blogtober tomorrow, I thought I’d start it off with a bang. Oh, and a few tips. Following the Rules of Blogger Recognition Give thanks Write a post for…

To My Personal Friends & Family

To My Personal Friends & Family

If you know me personally then the overall niche of this blog probably suites me well, right? Life with a baby, a lover, and other people. Keep this in mind, to friends and family.

A Positive Hospital Child Birth Story

A Positive Hospital Child Birth Story

This is an account of my positive and healthy birthing story of my daughter, CJ. This was a planned pregnancy, where her birth was at the hospital. Although my original (and adored) OBGYN Doctor was unavailable at the time of my birth, the hospital staff luckily took my Birthing Plan very seriously.   Perspective || This was originally written just a couple of days after her birth. I have since updated it to post here. Please note that her real name is hidden online for her own personal security, CJ is just a nickname.  I was diagnosed with a short cervix,…

How To Make A Routine When You’ve Never Had One Before!

How To Make A Routine When You’ve Never Had One Before!

I’d like to share with you how to make a routine when you’ve never had one before! If I can do it, so can you! The first thing that I have to admit so that I am a procrastinator and before getting pregnant, a seriously disorganized person. I didn’t follow a set schedule and I preferred not to. Ask anyone of my personal friends and they’ll agree that Bowden and I both like to go with the flow. He says he likes to set a plan and prepare for it, but rarely does. Since becoming pregnant, I’m kind of a different…